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Fiancee arrested in Mt. Pleasant woman’s death

An arrest has been made in the suspicious death of a Mt. Pleasant woman. Anthony Christensen, 35, was taken into custody by Mt. Pleasant police on Saturday after his fiancée Kammy Edmunds, 34, was found dead due to head injuries at her home on Friday. Edmunds’ missing car was found […]

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Manti City asking residents to conserve water

Manti City is asking for the support of all residents in conserving culinary water usage for the next several days while they have the north well pump repaired after it went down over the weekend. The only water currently available for Manti is in the two water tanks east of […]

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Woman Found Dead in Central Utah, Mt. Pleasant Police Ask for Help

Mt. Pleasant, Utah- Police are asking citizens to be on the lookout after a woman was found dead yesterday. 34-year-old Kammy Edmunds was found dead from head trauma, according to Mt. Pleasant police. The circumstances are being described as suspicious. Detectives are searching for a 2001 Oldsmobile Alero with Utah […]

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Delta Adoption Event to Feature Utah’s Own Cedar Mountain Horses

DELTA, Utah— The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the Delta Wild Horse and Burro Facility are hosting an open house adoption featuring wild horses recently gathered from the Cedar Mountain Herd Management Area (HMA), located in Tooele County, Utah. Approximately 300 horses, primarily six years old and younger, will […]

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BLM to Host Public Tour of Axtell Wild Horse Corrals

AXTELL, Utah— The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is offering a public tour of the Axtell Contract Off-Range Corrals (facility) in Axtell, Utah on Wednesday, April 19, 2017. The facility is one of two locations in Utah that provides care to wild horses removed from the range. This is the […]

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Poll: Most Utahns Do Not Know Any Homeless People

(Salt Lake City, UT) — A large majority of Utahns apparently do not know anyone suffering from homelessness. A new “Salt Lake Tribune”-Hinckley Institute of Politics poll shows nearly 80-percent of those asked do not know anyone who has been homeless within the last two years. The poll of 600 […]

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UTA Running Extra TRAX Service For Conference

(Salt Lake City, UT) — The UTA is providing extra service this weekend for the 187th Annual General Conference for the Church of Latter-Day Saints. Extra trains are scheduled to run on the Green and Blue lines for riders going to morning and afternoon sessions at the Conference Center. The […]

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Bill Settles Water Rights Issues With Navajos

(Salt Lake City, UT) — Senator Orrin Hatch and Representative Jason Chaffetz are sponsoring a bill to settle Colorado River water rights issues between Utah and the Navajo Nation. It calls for the federal government and Utah to provide more than 200-million dollars for Navajo water projects in exchange for […]

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Teen connected to Utah boys’ drug deaths takes plea deal

PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — A teenager charged with distribution of a new synthetic drug that killed two 13-year-old Park City boys will avoid time in a juvenile treatment facility after taking a plea deal. The Salt Lake Tribune (http://bit.ly/2nTuWFG) reports the teenager pleaded guilty Friday in a Park City […]

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Family of London attack victim: She’s ‘getting stronger’

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The family of a Utah woman injured in last week’s attack in London says she is getting stronger. Melissa Cochran’s brother Clint Payne said Thursday through a verified GoFundMe account webpage that she is “Getting stronger every day!” He also posted a photo of Melissa […]

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